What's the tale? T'Freres House and Garconniere is home to the ghost of Amelie. Many families have lived in the white-washed mansion since it was built in 1880 but Amelie is the most active ghost. Shortly after buying the home Amelie's husband died. Not long after her husband's parting Amelie was washing her face from the water in the well and she was either pushed or fell to her death at the bottom of the well. Her death was ruled a suicide by the Catholic Church and when they buried her they did not bury her next to her dearly departed husband! She is a disgruntled ghost who plays with the lights, doors, objects in rooms and becomes agitated when people discuss her aloud. If anyone plays hymns on the piano she will throw hot candle wax across the keys in dispute of the Catholic Church's decree of her cause of death. She does have a soft side as previous owners have stated she has helped their children with their homework, nursed the ill back to health and woke one of the families when a fire started and was able to save them all.
What do we know as fact? Thanks to this site we know the home was built in 1880 with red cypress. Each room is named and has its own, special, unique features (devastatingly beautiful I might add!). What is missing from the site is any mention of the paranormal activity supposedly associated with it.
Thoughts: We are leaving this "Undecided" until more information can be gained about the history of the house and the internet story related to it.Tags: T'Freres House and Garconniere